Form the details of the "show fragment outside" or whatever the concerned interface is, the values of Queue:xxxx, Assemble:xxxx, Fail:x, Overflow:x will give an indication as to how heavy or light the fragment database is for any of the settings that are configured for the fragment. You will need to tweak it until these values do no show high values.
Especially watch out for this; Setting the database-limit of the size option to a large value can make the PIX Firewall more vulnerable to a DoS attack by fragment flooding. Do not set the database-limit equal to or greater than the total number of blocks in the 1550 or 16384 pool.
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